Product development & consulting
In 1936 the Lyngby vase came onto the market and, thanks to its modern appearance, quickly became one of the most popular products of the Danish porcelain company Lyngby Porcelæn. After the closure of Lyngby Porcelæn in the mid-1970s, the vase would only be available in antique shops. When the vase came back to the market in 2015, it was already a classic of the Danish design history. With the re-edition of the extensive vase assortment, which consists of 7 different sizes, only porcelain originals could be used. The model making and mold making had to be run through again without any knowledge of the previous production in the last century.
The Lyngby Vase by Lyngby Porcelæn
Esben Klint Table Light
Project management porcelain food
The design classic from the 1950s origins from a cooperation between Lyngby Porcelæn and Esben Le Klint. The luminaire was launched again in 2016/17. A challenge was the foot of the luminaire, which by its long neck is a special challenge in the production.
Lyngby Esben LeKlint by Lyngby Porcelæn
Lyngby Rhombe Collection
Re-Design & Product development
The diamond pattern Rhombe is an on-glaze transfer from the year 1962 by the porcelain manufacturer Lyngby Porcelæn.Studio Laura Straßer took this decor as a template and reinterpreted it as a relief decor for Lyngby Porcelæn. The re-design of Rhombe emerges as modern and timeless, supported by the newly designed porcelain forms, which puts the relief decor in the right spotlight, and at the same time fits into the tradition of the Scandinavian design.
Lyngby Rhombe Collection by Lyngby Porcelæn
Lyngby Tsé Collection
The Tsé collection by the Taiwanese designer Willi Wu is distinguished by its very delicate, thin porcelain and the play with glazed / unglazed on a fine faceted porcelain object. Based solely on samples, this extensive collection was completely redesigned, translated and adjusted to the conditions in production in Germany.
HAN Gallery Tsé von Pilli Wu by Lyngby Porcelæn
Lyngby - Aldo Bakker Coffee Set
Product development & communication
The coffee set by the Dutch designer Aldo Bakker challenges porcelain in its precision - not necessarily a characteristic of the material. The parts must be stackable and fit perfectly into each other. The modeling and implementation needed great knowlage and craftsmanship in order to achieve such a perfection.
Aldo Bakker Cup & Saucer by Lyngby Porcelæn